Girl reading on the verandah of "Sandilands" station with her French governess, Agnes Bruxner, Miss Gouley - Tabulam area, NSW, c. 1898

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  • Peter 3y

    Been to Australia twice & have always been fascinated by the understandable use of British place names - Newcastle, Morpeth, Penrith, Hexham etc & have just seen Sandgate, Newcastle.
    A very notable street in our Newcastle.
    To see "Sandilands" took me back! This is a small farm occupied by my wife's family for many years near Thropton, Morpeth, Northumberland, England. Intrigued to know if there was any connection..
    Thanks for a great collection.
    (Just looked at the map & I've actually been on that road between Tenterfield & Ballina)
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